The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an opportunity for University of Portsmouth students to volunteer for the ‘Discovering Guildhall’ heritage project. This lottery-funded project is a fantastic opportunity that brings to life the memories and historical events that surround Portsmouth Guildhall. Earlier this year, Portsmouth Cultural Trust – the organisation responsible for the management of Portsmouth Guildhall – announced receipt
Theatre of Avoidance, a Theatre Company created by a team of University of Portsmouth, CCI, Drama and Performance students, will host an Evening with Heroes on the 27th April 2018.
The School of Media and Performing Arts continues its commitment to community by offering free performances in five schools throughout Portsmouth.
Express FM is excited to announce a brand new daytime schedule from Monday 19th June.
CCI Faculty Promotions Manager, Denise Callender, recently attended the Engage Conference 2016: Inspiring Innovation in Bristol attended by 280 people from universities, partner organisations and independent public engagement practitioners.
Second year BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting student, Brooke Hockley, has been working closely with Sports and Recreation this year as a Cheerleading Coach contributing greatly to the local community outreach programme, UP for Sport.
On Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd of January, The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries held the first session of the HotHouse Programme 15/16 focusing on the theme of Democratic Citizenship.
University of Portsmouth students are helping the police improve the lives of minority women in the region by making high quality films designed to help embolden them to stand up to crime. Four short films made by BA (Hons) Television and Film Production students in the CCI Faculty have been praised by the police for their quality, professionalism and clarity of message.